Meetings with Remarkable Men [G. Gurdjieff] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Reprint of Edition. These are the memoirs of the. Meetings With Remarkable Men has ratings and 82 reviews. For twenty years, the spiritual teacher Gurdjieff journeyed through Central Asia and the. G. GURDJIEFF. Meetings with. Remarkable Men that it is impossible for any man, if he is able to isolate himself even a little from the influences of the.

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From this point of view his later ‘schools’ might be considered flim-flam.

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The best part of this book unlike rest of his books is that Gurdjieff is not cryptic in telling tales. I was seized with violent trembling, which was all the more violent because I was inwardly trying to restrain myself and not show my excitement.

Sometimes you even doubt that one person could experience as much in one life. Gurdjieff The second series of Gurdjieff’s writings, Meetings with Remarkable Men was written, in Gurdjieff’s words, “to acquaint the mej with the material required for a new creation and to prove the soundness and good quality of it. Retrieved 14 April From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

There are tons of documentaries about the Vatican, and I did not know how much longer we would have had to sit there if a young Kurd girl remakrable not chanced to appear in the distance with an ass, gathering keesiak in the fields.

Unlike the book, these result in a definite climax—Gurdjieff’s initiation into the mysterious Sarmoung Brotherhood.

Additionally, the meetings that he has with some of the individuals who are spiritually advanced are handled intelligently and realistically. Book of Enoch Documentary. The book takes the form of Gurdjieff’s reminiscences about various “remarkable men” that he met, beginning with his father. Apr 21, Lina Slavova rated it it was amazing. Suddenly, as if from nowhere, a dog appeared, then another, and another, and still another—in all about fifteen sheep-dogs, who began barking at us.


Continuum International Publishing Group. This s drama film—related article is a stub. Gurdjieff developed a method for doing so, calling his discipline “The Work” connoting “work on oneself” or “the Method. Faith arises in a man and increases in its action in him not as the result of automatic learning, that is, not from any automatic ascertainment of height, breadth, thickness, form and weight, or from the perception of anything by sight, hearing, touch, smell or taste, but from understanding.

Gurdjieff calls this group the “Seekers of Truth”.

It doesn’t have to be a real journey, it can be a mental journey. Sorrow at the loss of the goodwill of others. The school was said to have possessed great knowledge, containing the key to many secret mysteries. Gurdjieff and the Work. And in observing himself a man notices that self-observation brings about certain changes in their internal processes. The film is noteworthy for making public some glimpses of the Gurdjieff movements. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

He employed his mind. A journey exploring the practices of Chinese hermits living in the Zhongnan Mountains. Refresh and try again. He was humming some march and swinging his stick. Yes No Report this. Soloviev’s frank story touched me deeply.

Ouspensky as detailed in A New Model of the Universe. I feel Gurdjieff said a lot in this book but left even more unsaid: Nevertheless, this is not an easy read, as the reader needs to stay focused throughout the whole novel in order to catch even the faintest of glimpses of meaning woven in to the text. Audible Download Audio Books.

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Meetings With Remarkable Men

But whenever he got to the point of delivering their message, which to me was the whole point of the book, he would claim he was saving it for some other book, where he is finally I read this book because Jacob Needleman is a follower of Gurdjieff, because I’ve always been curious about the man, and because I love books that have brief biographies of men, of friendships, whatever.

I read this book because Jacob Needleman is a follower of Gurdjieff, because I’ve always been curious about the man, and because I love books that have brief biographies of men, of friendships, whatever.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Overall, the book itself is a rfmarkable example of how a man can make such big aims in life and search for truth. Gurdjieff is a spiritual teacher and mystic who, after a lifetime study, developed a form of meditation incorporating modern dance.

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But about his ideas this book talks very less and in parts scattered all over. Please improve it by verifying the claims made and adding re,arkable citations. Whenever the stories go into the direction of what these remarkable men truly taught him, Gurdjieff states he will explain this more in detail in a soon-to-be-written work.

PaperbackReprint of Editionpages. I have read this book once, own this book now and will keep reading this book for all my life. Here’s a story about a Look, I don’t know much about Gurdjieff except that my library apparently subscribes to the newsletter, but this book was pretty good. Retrieved from ” https: